Gyeon Q2 Trim has a formula that allows it to be applied on different vehicle’s parts: on plastics with their own structure, on unpainted parts, on so-called piano black finishes, which are most problematic to maintain, and on tail- and headlight covers after having them renovated. That unique quality is unlikely to be found in other available products.
It is quite common to observe fading or discolouring of automotive finishing materials under the influence of UV radiation as well as strong chemicals used in car washes. Gyeon Q2 Trim preserves the long-lasting, supreme effect of colour saturation, which translates into ensuring a mat or satin finish of materials. Even after 12 months, the effect of colour saturation does not diminish, which often means exceeding the durability of traditional products.
The major difference between Q2 Trim and various other trim restoring products is its pure SiO2 base. It does not leave an oily layer on the trim’s surface, but strongly bonds with its structure, leaving a thick coat. Q2 Trim provides a strong, long lasting restoration effect.
Best Practice and Pro-Tips from Yves Heylen Q2 Trim is not just a protective coating, but represents very strong restorative/colour enhancement qualities. TIP: On porous, non-painted surfaces you may apply the product without wiping off. Ensure a very even finish and just leave the product to dry and cure. It will retain it’s initial look for months! You may use a foam applicator on trim with porous structure for an even finish.